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KAIL DISPUTES

KAIL DISPUTES

PREMIER'S INVITATION TO UNION REPRESENTATIVES A letter was read from the Prime Minister the Railway Clerks' Conference Portsmouth yesterday inviting representatives of the railway unions to meet him on Tuesday next to discuss their addendum to the report of the National Wages Bo
13 May 1931 - Western Morning News - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
AN OLD WIFE'S TALE?

AN OLD WIFE'S TALE?

LADY ASTOR SAYS SHE KNOWS ALL ABOUT MEN Lady As'or, M.P.. laying the foundation-stone of a block of flats at Stockwell, London, last night, said that there were 250.000 people London living under insanitary conditions. Yet some of the tinest characters in the world were found am
13 May 1931 - Western Morning News - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
IMPORTED LABOUR

IMPORTED LABOUR

PLYMOUTH LETJER3 ON WAR OFFICE CONTRACTS connection with Plymouth War Department painting contracts negotiations have been proceeding between Mr. James Hennie, district organizer of the National Society of Painters, and Mr. T. Shaw, Minister of War. The correspondence has partic
13 May 1931 - Western Morning News - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
A GARRISON BELEAGUERED

A GARRISON BELEAGUERED

GARRISON BELEAGUERED LIBERAL BACKS TO THE WALL LADY ACLAND'S SPEECH AT BUXTON (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) BUXTON, Tuesday. "We are members of a beleaguered, but courageous garrison resisting every temptation to surrender the citadel of Free Trade," declared Lady Acland, the ret
13 May 1931 - Western Morning News - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
HOSTELS FOR HIKERS

HOSTELS FOR HIKERS

WILL GOVERNMENT ASSIST THEIR ESTABLISHMENT? Whether the Secretary for Scotland would assist the establishment of a chain of hostels where young people on walking tours could shelter overnight for a maximum of a shilling was a cpiestion put by Miss Jennie Lee (Labour, Lanark, N.)
13 May 1931 - Western Morning News - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
SURGEON OF MANY INTERESTS

SURGEON OF MANY INTERESTS

DEATH PLYMOUTH OF MR; G. JACKSON We regret to announce the death of Mr. George Jackson, the well-known Plymouth surgeon, who passed away at his residence, 10, Portland-villas, Plymouth, yesterday, at the age of 88. Mr. Jackson, who was born on August 23, 1843, the son of Richard
13 May 1931 - Western Morning News - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
TO ABOLISH PIT PONIES

TO ABOLISH PIT PONIES

PETITION PRESENTED TO HOUSE OF COMMONS A petition signed by 190,156 persons asking for legislation to abolish the use of pit ponies was presented to the House of Commons yesterday afternoon by Sir Robert Gower on behalf of the Pit Ponies' Protection Society. The society states t
13 May 1931 - Western Morning News - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
245.7 M.P.H. NOT ENOUGH

245.7 M.P.H. NOT ENOUGH

SIR MALCOLM CAMPBELL OUT FOR NEW LAND RECORD Sir Malcolm Campbell hopes to make an attempt this year to break his own world's land speed record of 245.7 miles an hour. He made this announcement yesterday, when Mr. H. T. Vane, chairman the directors of Napier, Ltd., who built the
13 May 1931 - Western Morning News - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
ITEMS FOR INVESTORS

ITEMS FOR INVESTORS

Lonely Reef Gold Mining Co., Ltd.—lnterim «, , re Peated at 10 per cent. Malakoff Rubber Estates, Ltd.-Loss for 9-a ' 1?' a^ain a previous profit of allocation is made to reserve lor taxation, against £6,000, and no dividend Possible, against 2J per cent, a year ago. ihe balance
13 May 1931 - Western Morning News - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
South African Mines.

South African Mines.

Afr.ft Europn. 17/6 —6d Modder.onliu. 3A .. Angl-AmerCp -7%d Moddcr '8... 10,3 10 Anglo-French, ii .. Deep U'» .. Apex 6 0 66 .. Madder East. lii .. .. Era Cons 60., Ot, Ming. Inr. 6% N..State Areai 2ft 2ft.. City Deep .... 4/3 .. New Steyn Est 13/0 ~ Cons, lft lft -ft Mines 13/
13 May 1931 - Western Morning News - Plymouth, Devon, England